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<poem> sa'id, see sayyid. sa"ing;, ber-sa'i'ry, together, going or working in company. sa"is (Ar.), groom, coachman. saja, see sahaja. sa'ji, dish, course, prepared food. Cf. hidaty. tu'dorg sa'ji, a dish cover. ber-sa'ji, to prepare food. sa'ji-an, prepared food, a course. sa'kai, followers, servants; ab- original tribes of the Malay Peninsula. Cf. r'ayat, smarg, jakun and bnua. sa'kai, contrary, foul (of the Avind). sakh'lat (Pers.), woollen cloth; also saklat. sa'kit, ill, sick; sore, painful; illness, disease. Cf. grirg and lisa. For list of diseases see Appendix. sa'kit gi'gi, toothache. sa'kit hati, offended, angry with a person. sa'kit k-pa'la, headache. sa'kit pa'yali, seriously ill. sa'kit p-rot', stomach ache. sa'kit trok', seriously ill. ba'lek sa'kit, relapse. ja'toh sa'kit, and k'na sa'kit, to fall ill. sa'ki-ti, to cause pain, afflict. Cf. seksa. p-rya'kit, illness, disease. sak-sa'ma (Sk.), patience, ac- curacy. sak'si (Sk.), a witness. sak'si dus'ta, false witness. na'ik sak'si, to bear witness, ber-sak'si, to bear witness, give evidence. sak'si-kan, to bear witness to a thing or person. k-sak'si-an, evidence, testi- mony; also ktrargan. sak'ti (Sk.), supernatural power; possessed of supernatural power. k-sak'ti-an, supernatural power. Cf. hikmat, sa'ku (Port.), a bag, pocket, sack. Cf. karorg and pundi. sa'lah, fault, error, mistake; wrong, erroneous, guilty. Cf. silap. sa'lah d'tyar, misunderstood, misapprehension. sa'lah fa-ham', misunderstood, misconstrued. sa'lah sa'tu and sa'lah s'o'rarg, one of them, one of the two. sa'lah u'rat, a sprain. a' pa sa'lah, what is the matter? o'rarg sa'lah, a convict. ser'ba sa'lah, entirely wrong. ber-sa'lah, guilty. sa'la-hi, to find fault with. sa'lah-kan, to parry a blow. k-sa'la-han, offence, crime. ber-sa'la-han, in error, differing from, on the contrary. sa'lai, m-rya'lai, to smoke over a fire. sa'lak, m-rya'lak , to bark (as a dog). sa-lam' (Ar.), peace; greeting, salutation. b-ri' sa-lam', to salute, greet. as-sa-lam' a-la'i-kum (159), peace be with you. sa'laig, m-iya'larg, to execute by stabbing down from the shoulder to the heart with a kris. salasa, see thalatha.